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Nandadevi base camp trek

   Spontaneous plans and unknown company are the essential ingredients of a serendipitous adventure. The Nandadevi base camp located in the Kumaon Himalayas between Rishiganga Valley on the west and the Goriganga Valley on the east, was a route I … Continue reading

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Chadar Trek Adventures

  The ‘Chadar’ Trek  Ever dream of walking on water? The Zanskar River offers prospects for a lot of off-beat activities, mainly white water rafting in the summer. Nevertheless, in winter, an entire blanket of ice covers the river, in turn … Continue reading

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Panchachuli Trek adventures

THE PANCHACHULI EXPERIENCE  Located in a remote corner of the Himalayas in India, close to the border with Tibet, stand five prominent snow peaks in a row rising more than 20,000 feet into the deep blue sky. Their profiles are perfectly triangular … Continue reading

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Roopkund adventures

Documentaries it seems are made to create an impact on its audience, and I have viewed a fair few of them. But seldom has any galvanised me into action like the one on Roopkund aired on National Geographic, which sought … Continue reading

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North-east adventures

Little did I know, when agreeing to a rather spontaneous plan, just how adventurous a bike trip to the Seven sisters was going to be. The Seven sisters, as we learned ages ago in school geography, represent the 7 states … Continue reading

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Vijoynagar adventures

Social Perspective     • Christianity- a widespread faith     • Economic activities – Hunting, fishing, forestry.     • Subsistence agriculture supplemented by hunting, Crops – Mustard (Sarson),Chillies     • Stilted thatched huts, rattan walls, within bamboo fenced compounds   … Continue reading

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